And so Tharan-Tul, Great Shaman of the nomadic Thrun of the planet Eirdon opens the journey to that world. He is speaking of a prophecy, where three children are born who will have the potential to change the endless warfare on Eirdon to peace - if and only if they, unaware of their power to change history, make the right choices and sacrifices throughout their lives.
This constellation of three potential saviors has occurred may times during Eirdon's troubled and violent history - but never have the right choices and sacrifices been made. As the Thrun say, "the circle has yet to turn."
Weaving Man is the first of the Eirdon books, and has just been published.
On a midwinter night on the planet Eirdon, a young man who is the greatest assassin of his time is summoned to the Royal Palace of Erdahn. He expects to be rewarded for completing a difficult and dangerous mission that has ensured the future security of his country, Mordania.
Instead, he is given a newborn baby princess, second in line to the throne of Mordania. By the orders of the Queen, he is sent to a distant royal estate to raise her according to the severe and pitiless standards of the Royal House.
The Queen didn’t count on a man who would defy a Royal Command.
Or did she?